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25 June, 19:03

What is the correct solution to solving this equation?

2 + 15x = 10x + 5x + 2

A. 15x + 2 = 15x + 2, Infinite Solutions

B. 2 = 2, one solution

C. 30x + 4, no solutions

D. 30x = 4, x = 7.5

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  1. 25 June, 20:19
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    Step-by-step explanation:

    If you simplify both sides you will get answer A.

    Answer B does not apply because it is not an equation meaning it has no solutions.

    Answer C is not possible with the equation given because if you tried to move x to one side of the equation, x would cancel itself out.

    Answer D is not possible for the same reason as Answer C.
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